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Friday, September 22, 2017

Crossdreamers as a coven of witches


"i think we are like a coven of witches. 
the power of witches is quintessentially feminine. it is elusive, to the hard-headed a ridiculous conceit. to be a witch you need strong faith in your inner feelings and convictions, defying not only regular culture but also regular beliefs, regular methodology. witches are hyper-sensitive, creative, aware of their own otherness. witches know all about darkness and melancholy but also deep joy. witches dance with their spirits.

the masculine world cannot comprehend witchcraft. witches work best in an all-female space."

Monday, August 28, 2017

Female fashion and the perfect woman


"The perfect woman"  in any age is a variation on a profoundly deep archetype. These pictures (many more on the forum) shows how broad that variation is. What are the common traits through tiome? What do they signify? Can this help grasp what it means to be a woman?

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Friday, August 25, 2017

Pictures that stimulate crossdreaming


What pictures brings out the woman in you, wakens the dreamer, emboldens you to explore your real self? In an immensely popular thread at Crossdream Life, people share images that stimulate crossdreaming.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

World Famous Crossdreamers


Eddie Izzard
It is important to show both crossdreamers and others that crossdreaming (in the wide sense of the word) can make people creative catalysts for change in the world in general.

Here is a list of people I am convinced are/were crossdreamers of some kind. I have not included people who have transitioned fully in this list, but we may do so eventually.

Ernest Hemingway
George Sand
Annie Lennox
Prince
Freddie Mercury
David Bowie
Elagabalus (Roman emperor)
Frédéric Chopin
Chevalier d'Éon
Eddie Izzard

See more world famous crossdreamers and add more to the list if you know any!

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Celebrate Real Live Trans Adults!

Danica Roem, Virginia's first openly trans candidate for House of Delegates

After Leelah Alcorn’s suicide, Oakland-based comedian Red Durkin started the hashtag #RealLiveTransAdult  to show transgender people afraid of coming out that there is hope and an abundance of possibilities. Hundreds went online to share their stories.

I made a post on my Tumblr blog, sharing some of these tweets and the post became immensely popular. No wonder. These are stories so many people need to hear. So I started researching and sharing stories of real live trans adults. Here are some of the posts:
See more stories and share the stories of your heroes -- or your own story!

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